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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Bank.of B.C. opened -Soiurday, July 17, 1971 TH! IETHBRIDOI HERAID 3 CRANBROOK, B.C. (HNS) The 14th branch of the Bank of British Columbia, and the first branch in either of the Kootenays opened for business last Thursday. Site is historic bank location, 11? h Ave. al Baker Street where Corn- early the Canadian Bank of merce opened in the 1900's, succedcd by the Royal Bank when the Hanson Block was built the following decade, and which was destroyed hi 1959 by fire. The Bank of Mon- treal occupied the replacement Phoenix building until last De- cember. Both Royal and Montreal Banks now have their own half- Vicar returns home COAIDALE (HNS1) Canon j G. G. Nakayama, honorary vi- car of the Church of the Ascen- sion in Coaldale returned home recently after completing a four month missionary trip to Japan, Okinawa and Hawaii. Mrs. Nakayama accompanied her husband Rev. Nakayama for the first two months and then returned to Coaldale. In his itinerary Hev. Naka- yama visited more than 60 churches, 10 universities and colleges, gave 94 lectures in Japan. Following this he went More water price facts are wanted TABER (HNS) Confusion as to a proposed system for sup- plying industrial water for thfl major industries here, and its effect on the pricing system was more than evident at the meeting of the town council. A call for more facts was made, and a special meeting will be called, if necessary.to jron out the problems which arose at the meeting. The matter was brought ta the attention of council when J H Vosburgh, Lethbndge manager of Macdonalds Consol idated's canneries, met; with th council to request a no pnc increase when the change ov; is made. The cannery here has been provided with "raw water through a main line which wi shortly carry micro filtered and chlorinated water. Domes tic water, in comparison, sand filtered, chlorinated an fluoridated. to Okinawa. He had established ho Okinawa Seikokai (Episco- al Church) with two mission- iries 20 years ago. While k Bnawa this trip, he visited all Anglican churches including the land of Miyako, Yaeyama, Iz- jia and Yagaji, and delivered 8 sermons. Rev. Nakayama Iso addressed the All Souls hurch in English with a 251 toglish speaking congregation.) Okinawa is now facing a ra- her difficult transition time. I s being returned by the U.S o Japan. Rev. Nakayama visit ed Hon. Chobyo Yara, governor f Okinawa. Rev. Nakayama reports h ound great progress in mater al wealth both in Japan aid Okinawa. The Anglican Church in OK nawa is a Diocese with 1 >riests working, six of them. arlan to upgrade the rooms rent- ed by the town for- the public ibrary. A new furnace will be In- stalled and the west wall will je repaired and painted during he summer. Carpeting of lha loor would be considered at a later date. Councillor Art Grant reported that the membership of the library had doubled in size this year and he welcomed the proposed improvements. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH srtified Dental Mechanic' Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 328-7684 CARPET and UNO (Complete InstollatlonsD Free Estimates! No Obligation! PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE Curpet Houss of the South" These Are COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED HARKER MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUftlER P.O. Bex 97 P.O. 329, Milk MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON ..............P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Del. Contact theto noopls (or your District Nlwt or Clouifltd Adverlliing liglway assn. Name changed TABHR (HNS) The Cana- ian Good Roads Association is o more, being replaced by the Jloads and Transportation Asso- ciation of Canada. In a letter to the Taber MD council, Alberta's highways and ransport minister, and former resident of CGRA, Hon. Gar- on E. Taylor, advised of the eorganization effected recently t a meeting in Montreal, and equested continued support ol all municipal authorities in the ew association. In Alberta, the Alberta Freight Bureau has been phas- ed out as a branch of the de- >artment of industry and tour- sm and has become the trans- port research and development livision of the department ot lighways and transport. Tennis court turned down CLARESHOLM (HNS) 'Eh Claresholm and District Recrea lion Boiiu Iia6 turned in down on a suggestion that a new tennis court be built in the Cen- tennial Park. Don Jess chairman of the board, said 1 would be too far from the centre o; things. In a letter to the Town Coun- cil the board stated "long range use of the facilities would be better served if the courts were to be erected '.axi to i school." The recreation boafd went on to recommend "a joint meeting between school board, recrea- tion board and town council be helrl B-S soon as possible to dis- cuss this matter." At a recent meeting of the Town Council it was decided to upgrade the existing tennis courts by adding six feet to the north end and six feet to the west. This would make them adequate for use during tha summer games to be held here in August. The council fel' there was not enough time t get the necessary negotiations and work completed in time i a school site was chosen. RED DEER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEI-AKAl t SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 17 Invites Applications For The Position Of SECRETARY-TREASURER This progressive school district, located in the City of Red Deer, employs el teachers in 6 schools, 1 main- tenance supervisor, 8 caretakers, and 5 secretaries. Accounting and suparvisory experience is a prime requisite. Prior employment as school Secretary-Treas- uer is of advantage. Salary range to 000.00. Placement according to qualifications and ex- perience. When applying, plsase provide J comprehensive resume, stating experience, references, and expected to: THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOIS, Red Deer Roman Catholic Separate School District 17 3827 39th Deer, Alberta. THIS COMPETITION Wilt ClOSB AUGUST iS, 1971 ano music 101 uajitiug wm uum be provided on Saturday eve- price of with work 6 BIG DAYS JULY UNITED FARMERS OF ALBERTA ;